About 30 students interrupted a Board of Trustees meeting Friday morning to urge administrators to divest from GW’s holdings in the fossil fuel industry.
The Board of Trustees unanimously voted Friday to expand the University’s 17-credit cap, allowing students to take 18 credits without incurring a $1,500 fee.
GW will serve as one of two sites for a new trial focused on HIV vaccinations and sponsored by the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative.
GW received a $12.5 million grant from the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Security Administration to study high-pressure science and technology.
The Faculty Salary Equity Committee found that 5 to 7 percent of faculty are receiving salaries below or above the average range in their departments.
The law school launched a new mentorship and career office for alumni last month to help alumni jumpstart or further their careers.
An HVAC pipe in Guthridge Hall broke this weekend, causing flooding and water damage in multiple residence hall rooms, officials said.
Over the course of the academic year, seven faculty-led working groups will examine GW’s research practices across multiple disciplines.
Three centers in the Elliott School of International Affairs were awarded a roughly $3 million grant from the Department of Education’s Title VI program.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health is launching a new podcast this semester titled “Healthy You” to explore common public health issues.